Keng Heng Whampoa Teochew Lor Mee (庆兴黄埔潮州卤面) and Yu Pan (御品果条汤) at Foodfare coffeeshop at Ghim Moh Link were two new places that we visited recently. It seems like we will be returning to this part of south-west Singapore quite frequently.
Mun’s Seafood Pao Fan is a new stall in a Ghim Moh coffeeshop that is drawing in the crowds. It is opened by a chef with an impressive CV. Chef Chan How Mun had a long career at top Singapore Chinese restaurants such as Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant at Carlton Hotel.
Even though our affordable Teochew steamed fish lunch for two cost only $14, we felt like big spenders the other day. A normal lunch would be $3.50 per person. Fish choices are more expensive and are usually avoided at chye poong stalls. We felt rich that day and pointed at the largest one available.
Since the start of the circuit breaker shutdown we have not been eating a lot of meat. We settled on a meaty lunch of steak and pork ribs by iSteak delivery ordered from Foodpanda. This meal can serve as a protein supplement after days of carbo-laden meals. Our order at iSteak Delivery Foodpanda was served by the iSteak Diner at Star Vista, Buona Vista.
We decided to try the Bread Yard takeaway service to enjoy their nice casual Western food dishes in the comfort of our home. Like many others, this little cafe in One North Buona Vista has also started an online ordering website with options for delivery or pick up. With dining-in being prohibited, the restaurant looked like it has been converted into a meals production line when we were there to pick-up our food.
Tom’s City Zoom Mee Pok Tar @ Ghim Moh Market and Food Centre was what I ended up eating at my recent visit to this small but interesting hawker centre in Buona Vista. With two Michelin Bib Gourmand stalls and a few other popular stalls here, it is easy to spot the hot favourites by the length of queues.